Here's to Mumming! Here's to Christmas, the Season of Mumming: That both may bring you joy is the wish of John Ormerod Greenwood
by Greenwood, John Ormerod
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Hay on Wye, Herefordshire
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About This Item
Christmas 1930. Favil Press (No. 110). Folded sheet. 24cm x 30cm. Mummer's song. Musical notation, text and coloured woodcut. Handwritten conundrum to verso. Toned, untrimmed.
John Ormerod Greenwood (1907-1989) Actor, author, playwright, producer and Quaker historian. Founder member of the Group Theatre of London.
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- Paul Haynes Rare Books (GB)
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- Here's to Mumming! Here's to Christmas, the Season of Mumming
- Greenwood, John Ormerod
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- Used - See description and photos
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- Favil Press
- Place of Publication
- Kensington, London
- Date Published
- Christmas, Quaker, Music, Folk, Traditional, Mumming, Yule, Private Press
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- Literature; Art; Christmas gift ideas; Ephemera: adverts, albums and catalogues etc;
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